Where to eat caviar in London
If the return of caviar champions Caviar Kaspia has you contemplating these little pearls of unadulterated luxury, then you’re not alone. Also known as Black Gold, caviar is a delicacy synonymous with extravagance, prosperity and opulence. All the good stuff then.
Not only that, but it has high levels of omega-3, and is said to alleviate symptoms of depression. The Tsars of Russia were known to eat caviar for breakfast, believing it gave them energy for the day. And in 25g of caviar there are only about 65 calories. Can it get any better? Oh yes, with its pop of salty umami flavour, followed by a buttery richness on the tongue, it tastes splendid.
Whether you’re an expert who knows your Beluga from your Baerii, or simply a roe enthusiastic keen to tuck into a tin, here are eight places in London to get your fix of the high life.